10 Historical Facts About Dogs That You Might Not Know
Dogs have been alive for centuries, with reports suggesting that they date back as far as 19,000 – 32,000 years ago!
Yet these wonderful species have many fascinating hi
Cats just like other companion animals fall sick every so often and need veterinary attention. Feral or stray cats are normally carriers of some of the common infectious diseases. Keeping your pet indoors or closely monitoring them while outs
The concept of giving pets human meals is certainly not a new one, as dogs and cats have been eating table scraps since time began. Many dogs and cats beg when they see their owners sitting down for a meal, and it can be tempting to give your pets so
Several years ago I was asked to write the Foreword for a book by Sheryl Matthys, noted dog expert and founder of Leashes and Lovers, a dog lover’s online community, as well as a certified dog trainer. The title of the book is Leashes and Lov
Mobile veterinarians are a new concept for most pet owners. These are veterinarians who make house calls. They might have one car or a fleet, and some may also have traditional facilities. Many traveling clinics are outfitted with state-of-the-art te
Each year at this time many pet owners are faced with the Fourth of July fireworks and their pets. Although many dogs don’t seem to be bothered by the sounds and sights of fireworks, others become totally terrified during this a
Summer is here and this is the time of year that we spend more time outdoors. The children are out of school and playing in the yard sometimes leaving the door open and inviting an escape by the dog or cat. Trips to the dog park or the local park f
Adding a dog to your household is no small task. Gone are the days when a puppy was bestowed as a birthday or Christmas gift. Dogs are now regarded as significant members of the family, and rightly so, as they require a 10- to 15-year commitment.
Labrador Retrievers and Labrador Retriever Puppies
The Labrador Retriever has won the hearts of families across the United States. Labrador Retrievers are America’s most popular dog breed. There’s no question as to why. This